Date: July 25,2013 (Thursday)Time: 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Venue: Bilik Persidangan, Law Faculty, University Malaya
There has been in recent time’s lots of discussion in the media about the rise in crime especially serious crime and the call by certain quarters for preventive laws like the EO to be reinstated as a way to reduce serious crime and keep violent criminals out of the streetsThe questions before us:-
Are the current laws adequate for the Police to use to bring the violent criminals and gangster especially the former EO detainees who were released with the repeal of the EO? Yes/No.What have the Police been doing in addressing serious crime and criminals? If the Police know who the gangsters are especially those who were released in 2011 from Simpang Renggam (based on the IP files and records) what has been done and why are the Police not able to find the evidences to arrest and charge them for the criminal activities.
What has been done since 2005 when the Police commission report was released in implementing the recommendations pertaining to strengthening investigative and evidence based Police work? Is weak investigations the real problem and if yes what needs to be done to enable PDRM to be effective in undertaking high quality evidence base investigations.PANEL SPEAKERS:-
Datuk Kuthubul Zaman, Proham Exco, former member
of the Royal Police commission & former Bar Council Chairman
Prof Shad Faruqi, Professor of Law, UITM
Tan Sri Zaman Kan (Former CID Chief, PDRM)
Proham has invited the IGP to send a senior currently serving Police officer to be on the panel and also representatives from Suhakam, EAIC & the Bar Council.
Panel is moderated by Datuk Dr Denison Jayasaooria, Secretary-General, Proham
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